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Picking up the pieces in Arizona.

After a deadly shooting rampage on Saturday - killed six - including a 9 year old girl and a Federal Judge.

Fox's Rich Johnson - spoke to Lana and JP at KTRH - from Tucson, AZ:

"Well - its now time to start remembering the victims with a mass at a major Catholic Church in Tucson tonight. President Obama coming to the University of Arizona tomorrow - for a service. And then Thursday funeral for the nine year old girl - Christina Green - who died in the shootings on Saturday."

And as for the shooter:

"He is a nutcase - but fortunately for us - the law allows you to be nuts - and still be guilty of a crime - if you can tell the difference between right and wrong. So - you know - this guy - I've already seen evidence that this guy knew what he was doing was wrong - in the form of a letter he wrote asking for forgiveness - or asking for people to forgive him. You don't ask for forgiveness unless you know what you're going to do is wrong."

That was Former Federal Prosecutor Fred Tecce.

His defense?

"His defense - the only defense he has quite frankly - is you know - whether or not he had the requisite the law calls the requisite intent - you know - to commit murder. And so - those are his defenses. But you know - after John Hinkley tried to shoot President Reagan - Congress made it harder to win on an insanity defense - and he has an uphill battle under the law, and the defense."

That was Tecce - speaking with Dan Kennedy at affiliate WOC in Davenport, IA.

Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords - the target of the attack - remains in critical condition after being shot in the head by 22 year old John Loughin - at point blank range.

I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.